“Interval analysis for computer graphics” by Snyder

  • ©John M. Snyder

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    Interval analysis for computer graphics

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    4. Mitchell, Don, “Robust Ray Intersections with Interval Arithn~tic,” Proceedings Graphics Interface ’90, May 1990, pp. 68-74.
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